Demonstrative Communication

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Demonstrative Communication
Michael Richards
BCOM/275
July 10, 2011
Mr. Anthony Di Gaetano

Demonstrative Communication Outline
I. Introduction
a. Communication, in whole, is a way of one person sending a message while another person receives the message. Communication can be conducted in many different styles. Communication can be conducted through facial expressions, tone of voice, body language, and through written communication. Throughout the paper, how the styles of communication is sent and received and the effects of the communication will be discussed. II. Discussing Demonstrative Communication with Facial Expressions b. The positive and negative communication styles with facial expressions c. The effective and ineffective communication styles with facial expressions III. Discussing Demonstrative Communication and the Tone of Voice d. The positive and negative communication styles with tone of voice e. The effective and ineffective communication styles with tone of voice IV. Discussing Demonstrative Communication and Body Language f. The positive and negative communication styles with body language g. The effective and ineffective communication styles with body language V. Discussing Demonstrative Communication with Writing

h. The positive and negative communication styles through writing i. The effective and ineffective communication styles through writing VI. How does demonstrative communication involve listening and responding? j. Demonstrative communication and listening

k. Demonstrative communication and responding
VII. Conclusion
l. Communication is conducted in many different styles. As one learns the positive and negative effects of demonstrative communication, one will become more effective when communicating with others. Communication is the key to success in all businesses. Without good communication skills, one cannot be successful.
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